Rashneel Kumar

Rashneel Kumar

Some leading employers want to release expat workers who wish to return to their home countries, the Prime Minister says.

Concern that seabed mining law change puts national interest ahead of public interest.

Seabed mining is ‘greener’

Thursday June 18, 2020

Cook Islands says its plans to mine the ocean floor to “harvest” polymetallic nodules are the world’s greenest option.

Trainee minister accused of impropriety.

Chlorine petition rejected

Thursday June 18, 2020

The petition opposing chlorine in Rarotonga’s drinking water was dismissed in Parliament yesterday.

Contact sports can resume

Wednesday June 17, 2020

Rugby union plans to kick start their 2020 season early next month. 

Nurturing the stars of tomorrow

Tuesday June 16, 2020

A local athletics club is running kids programme in a bid to unearth future track and field stars. 

New Covid-19 cases in New Zealand are a setback to hopes Kiwi tourists could return next month.

Cooks artists finds new fans

Sunday June 14, 2020

The experimental artist named a University of Canterbury artist-in-residence hopes to rediscover lost Cook Islands treasures in the university’s collection. 

KAPS claim Mixed Touch title

Sunday June 14, 2020

The 2020 Mixed Touch finals saw some tough and exciting battle between top teams.

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